Yes! There are warrants that are local with no extradition.
I'm sure it depends on the city. Here, police officer are so busy with other things, they don't actively look for people with warrants. If you have an outstanding warrant against you, it will probably come up on a traffic stop when they run your driver license and you will be arrested then.
Yes, they can. Bench warrants are usually served by Marshalls or Constables not regular police. See Discussion page
Will the police come to your house on a bench warrant for a failure to appear at cost and fines hearing
Probably.Listen, it's a fool's game to try and elude the cops/warrents from the past unless you live with no further contact with the police. Computers, ya' know? Police do their job by sharing info. Stay clean to remain free.
Come to your house for what reason? If you are a witness and they need to question you about something relevant to the case, probably they will. If you prefer that they not come to your house notify them that you wish to be interviewed at some other location (i.e. the police station, for instance).
Yes a police officer does need a warrant to come into your house, by force. But if the officer would ask to come in and you reply yes, he can come in without a warrant.
Yes, they do this everywhere. Usually they come by and pick up the hotel register daily or weekly and check everyone for warrants. It goes on everywhere and they even do this at apt complexes and trailer parks. I know this for a fact about hotels.
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